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The Borrowers

(1998)

Rated PG for mild peril and some crude humor.

PG 102min.
 
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Peter Hewitt (Tom and Huck) directed this $30-million family film, an adaptation of Mary Norton's classic children's novels about a miniature family of wee folk, four inches high, living beneath the floorboards of an English cottage. Read More
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